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Top Courses for 12th Students with Commerce without Maths

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Neha Kaul
Top Courses for 12th Students with Commerce without Maths

You must be wondering what could be the perfect career choice after 12th for students with commerce without maths. If you are someone who’s scared of maths and still delusional about what to do after the 12th, then you have come to the right place. Let’s discuss some popular courses in this blog. Shall we begin? Here you go!

Courses After 12th Commerce Without Maths

Don’t worry. You have come to the right place. Even if you are not a Maths lover, you can still choose from plenty of great career opportunities.

#1 B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce)

This three-year course is a very popular choice among commerce without maths students. It covers all the fundamentals of accounting, finance, business, and other commerce-related subjects. In addition, it provides you with an overview of many commerce areas and makes you well acquainted with them.

You will study company law, corporate tax, financial accounting, business management, bookkeeping, audition, etc. Now you must be thinking then what is B.Com honours. So we’ll discuss that as the next career option.

#2 B.Com (H) (Bachelor of Commerce Honors)

So, what is B.Com (honours)? It is a perfect option for those who don’t like maths at all as its syllabus somewhat overlaps with that of the B.Com syllabus. But the great thing about this course is that you can specialise in any area you wish to as opposed to B.Com. This is the reason for B.Com honours to be in high demand compared to B.Com. Some of the subjects in which you can choose to specialise in the B.Com Honors course are:

  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Accounts
  • Taxation
  • International Business
  • Information Science
  • Investment Management
  • Law
  • Banking (and Insurance)
  • Human Resources

#3 BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)

If you wish to explore the corporate sector and rise up that ladder, then a Bachelor of Business Administration degree is the right course for you. You will study subjects like business, management basics and other related topics. It clears your fundamentals of management and organisational behaviours. It is definitely beneficial if you plan to do an MBA (Master of Business Administration). There are many specialisations you can choose from. Some of them are as follows:

  • BBA in Computer Application
  • BBA in Hospitality
  • BBA in Finance
  • BBA in International Business
  • BBA in Business Administration
  • BBA in Entrepreneurship
  • BBA in Retail
  • BBA in Human Resources
  • BBA in Tourism
  • BBA in Sports
  • BBA in Information Systems
  • BBA in Accounting

#4 LLB (Bachelor in Law)

This is another favourite choice amongst kids. You can choose to do an LLB alone or any integrated course such as BA+LLB or BBA+LLB or BSc + LLB or BCom + LLB. All three will be finished in 5 years. Apart from other subjects of BA, BBA, B.Sc, etc., you can specialise in LLB in the following:

  • International law
  • Business law
  • Legal Studies
  • Public law
  • Corporate law
  • Patent and Intellectual Property Law
  • Criminal law
  • Civil and Private law

There are many other courses such as CA (Chartered Accountancy), CMA (Certified Management Accountancy), CS (Company Secretary). Make a choice based on your interests and career goals.

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